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In this series of videos, we will highlight key themes from Gilles Deleuze's 1962 text 'Nietzsche & Philosophy'. As mentioned in the discussion:Ruggero Giuseppe Boscovich, "Theory of Natural Philosophy", https://archive.org/details/theoryofnaturalp00boscrichThis interview with Devin Goure (@LeftNietzschean) covers concepts in chapter 2 of 'Nietzsche & Philosophy', particularly reseentiment, bad conscience, active and reactive force, and hierarchy.From August of 2023 until the end of the year, Acid Horizon is hosting reading group on 'Nietzsche & Philosophy'. Navigate to our Patreon page to find out more.Support the podcast:Linktree: https://linktr.ee/acidhorizonAcid Horizon on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/acidhorizonpodcastZer0 Books and Repeater Media Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/zer0repeaterMerch: http://www.crit-drip.comOrder 'The Philosopher's Tarot': https://repeaterbooks.com/product/the-philosophers-tarot/Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/169wvvhiHappy Hour at Hippel's (Adam's blog): https://happyhourathippels.wordpress.comRevolting Bodies (Will's Blog): https://revoltingbodies.comSplit Infinities (Craig's Substack): https://splitinfinities.substack.com/Music: https://sereptie.bandcamp.com/ and https://thecominginsurrection.bandcamp.com/Support the show
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This week's episode is an HONEST look at why Indians love government jobs, how Kuku FM is aspirational for Indians & whether Indians are now changing their views on private jobs as we welcome Lal Chand Bisu, founder of Kuku FM, to the Neon Show!Are Indian Masses Willing To Pay For Subscriptions?Why Do Tier-3 City Indians Aspire For Government Jobs?GOVERNMENT Jobs vs PRIVATE jobsMost Popular Kuku FM Series?All these captivating topics and more in this DOWN TO EARTH conversation. A real look into the spirit of the man who runs a company that handles over 2 million active subscriptions… Tune in NOW!*Sponsor Shout Out*Looking to build a differentiated tech startup with a 10X better solution? Prime is the high conviction, high support investor you need. With its fourth fund of $120M, Prime actively works with star teams to accelerate building great companies.To know more, visit https://primevp.in/!
Welcome to the Mind Muscle Connection Podcast!Are you eager to achieve a successful body recomp and witness remarkable improvements? You're in the right place! In this solo episode, I've laid out my Hierarchy for Body Recomp, which dissects the essential aspects to assist you in determining what can be most impactful in attaining your goals. From prioritizing weight training and optimizing protein intake to understanding the significance of sleep, energy balance, cardio training, and supplements - this episode will be your guide!Let's talk about:IntroductionMy Hierarchy for a Body Recomp #1 Weight training#2 Protein intake#3 Sleep#4 Energy balance#5 Cardio training#6 SupplementsConclusionFollow me on Instagram for more information and education: jeffhoehn_Coaching application: HEREBody Recomp Masterclass: HERECoaching Consultation: HEREReference for the studies: HERE
In this episode, we'll discuss HR's Hierarchy of Needs. It outlines the five basic levels of needs HR parties of one have and can address for their organizations. By applying it, you'll be able to drive value for your organization and, in turn, grow your career. Payroll + HR + Benefits in an all-in-one solution. Request a BerniePortal demo today! https://offer.bernieportal.com/bernieportal-employer-demo-hrpo1/Find us at https://www.bernieportal.com/hr-party-of-one/BerniePortal: The all-in-one HRIS that makes building a business & managing its people easy. http://bit.ly/2NEQ5QbWhat is an HRIS?https://bit.ly/what-is-an-hrisBernieU: Your free one-stop shop for compelling, convenient, and comprehensive HR training and courses that will keep you up-to-date on all things human resources. Approved for SHRM & HRCI recertification credit hours. Enroll today!https://bernieu.bernieportal.com/Join the HR Party of One LinkedIn Group!https://www.bernieportal.com/community/▬ Episode Resources & Links ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬What Does It Mean to Hire an Add Versus a Fit?https://youtu.be/Q0wPBtClWFoPTO Policy Template https://blog.bernieportal.com/template-updated-pto-policy-employee-communicationHow to Build and Audit a Great PTO Policyhttps://offer.bernieportal.com/how-to-build-and-audit-a-great-pto-policy/HR's Guide to Culture Guides https://offer.bernieportal.com/hrs-guide-to-culture-guides/BerniePortal's Compliance Feature https://www.bernieportal.com/bernieportal-compliance/BerniePortal's PTO Tracking Feature https://www.bernieportal.com/bernieportal-pto/▬ Social Media ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bernieportal▬ Podcast▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬► Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hr-party-of-one/id1495233115► Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/5ViQkKdatT40DPLJkY2pgA► Google Podcast:
In this episode, we delve into the final stage of rational intimacy, Stage Eight: Motivation. Join us as we explore the profound connection between motivation and our innate human needs, as outlined by Abraham Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. Discover how motivation isn't just a driving force but also an informed choice that can lead us towards authentic healing in mind, body, and spirit.We explore how the Mobius-like nature of rational intimacy creates an eternal loop, propelling us forward in our journey to holistic well-being. Tom and Ruth unravel the significance of motivation within this paradigm and how it fuels the ongoing cycle of contentment, grace, engagement, devotion, and commendation.Gain insights into the deep interplay between our motivations, needs, and the pursuit of genuine self-actualization. Learn how rational intimacy empowers individuals to break free from the tsunami of stress and trauma, allowing the brain to become the therapist and guide us towards a more fulfilling and authentic life.Join us for this insightful conversation on motivation, and discover how it's a vital part of our journey to becoming free to live authentically as humans. Thank you for tuning in to the "Autonomic Healing Podcast."Thanks for listening!You can follow us onFacebook Instagram Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts Check out the Autonomic Healing Website We appreciate you!
In this episode, Daphna interviews Michael Bungay Stanier, author of "How to Work With (Almost) Anyone." The discussion leads to the importance of being authentic and embracing our good and not-so-good aspects. Michael shares a quirky story about a high school prank and how it relates to his work in disrupting traditional leadership and empowering others through coaching. The focus stays on exploring the concept of keystone conversations and building strong relationships at work. Tune in to discover Michael's unique perspective on life and coaching.. Who's Michael Bungay-Stanier? Michael Bungay-Stanier is a renowned leadership coach, author, and speaker. He authorizes several books, including "The Coaching Habit" and "How to Work With Almost Anyone." Michael is known for his humorous and quirky approach to coaching and is dedicated to helping people realize their potential and improve their working relationships. Social media links: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelbungaystanier/ Website: www.MBS.works Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdFUOWjr4uI6T45zN1uJZ3Q Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mbs.works Order the Book: How to Work with (Almost) Everyone: Building the Best Possible Relationship https://www.amazon.com/How-Work-Almost-Anyone-Relationship/dp/B0C1TDT5X9/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=Michael+Bungay-Stanier&qid=1695060632&sr=8-1 Order the Book: The Coaching Habit https://www.amazon.com/Coaching-Habit-Less-Change-Forever/dp/0978440749/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1695060732&sr=8-3 Timestamps: [00:01:21] The balloon incident. [00:03:46] Disrupting old-school leadership. [00:07:31] Being real in this world. [00:12:16] Being a bad CEO. [00:15:13] What's your best? [00:18:48] Self growth in the workplace. [00:22:58] Challenging working relationships. [00:24:30] Relationships and personal growth. [00:29:50] Be the person who starts. [00:31:11] Maintaining a working relationship. [00:34:11] Building trust and connection. Key takeaways: Embrace your full humanity, including both your strengths and weaknesses. Power can be disruptive and abusive, but coaching can empower and disrupt hierarchy. Understand the difference between what you are good at and what fulfills you. Building strong working relationships requires ongoing maintenance and open communication. Be the person who starts difficult conversations and be brave enough to address challenging topics. Get in touch with Daphna Horowitz: Official website: www.daphnahorowitz.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/daphnahorowitz/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/daphna1231 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PEACSolutions/
Colin gives his Herd Hierarchy ranking the top 10 NFL teams following week 3 Nick Wright from First Things First joins the show to explain why Travis Kelce dating Taylor Swift if great news for Chiefs fansSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rod Stryker is the founder of ParaYoga®, and the author of The Four Desires: Creating a Life of Purpose, Happiness, Prosperity and Freedom. He is renowned for making ancient wisdom and practices accessible to modern audiences. Raised in Los Angeles, Rod was just 19 years old when he began his study of yoga. He taught his first class in 1980 and went on to teach here at Esalen, among many, many other locales. In addition to mentoring thousands of students worldwide, Rod also serves on the board of Give Back Yoga Foundation and is a featured faculty member of Yoga International. He is a father to four amazing souls and currently lives in Boise, Idaho. In there role of co-host and wisdom contributor is Sadia Bruce. Sadia serves as head of Experiential Programming at Esalen, where she also teaches yoga in the tradition of Krishnamacharya. Sadia endeavors to create energized, radically-inclusive learning environments that are guided by breath and driven by inquiry - she hopes to share an understanding of yoga that is integrative, sensorial, and enlivening. Sadia is also committed to bringing yoga and yoga-based practices to non-traditional environments and underserved populations, and to mentoring new teachers in relational dynamics, development of teaching voice, and teaching to economically, ethnically and culturally diverse populations. She is an insightful, sensitive teacher whose breath-based teaching encourages pleasurable practice that nourishes rather than depletes— inspiring new openings rather than the deepening of old patterns.
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What if there were a way to lead your family with intention, navigating the complex dynamics of the parent-child relationship, and ultimately building a resilient bond with your teenagers? As a single parent or a member of a two-parent family, you might be seeking guidance to balance hard work and recreation, or perhaps you're embarking on the challenging journey of parenting a teenager. This episode is for you. Today, we shed light on the importance of a parental hierarchy, exploring its crucial role in fostering a healthy family environment. Parents, it's your duty to lead your pack. But fear not, our discussion is filled with tips and strategies to help you do just that. We share the inspiring story of a couple who maintained a strong bond with their daughter through setting boundaries, managing expectations, and having those all-important difficult conversations. Take a leaf from their book as you navigate your own parent-teen relationships.However, it's not all smooth sailing. The family hierarchy dynamic comes with its share of challenges, such as emotional outbursts, guilt trips, and even threats tossed in by rebellious teens. This episode offers practical advice on how to restore the family hierarchy without resorting to control, maintain your confidence, and stay grounded even when the going gets tough. Bask in the importance of leading your family with intention and the pivotal role communication plays in strengthening parent-child relationships. So, join us for an episode packed with insights, support, and hope, as we journey together in this rewarding yet challenging venture called parenting.
The timeth hath commeth againeth - and while these episodes tend to be long, this one got reeeeeeal long. Double the length of the previous one! And we weren't even drinking this time around... So have a rough outline for the episode with timestamps, so you can find your way around it a bit easier: * 00:00:00 Intro and explanation * 00:04:46 Actually starting * 00:05:00 Best/worst character * 00:10:45 Most/least character development * 00:20:39 Favourite relationship * 00:25:08 Hierarchy of Angels * 00:37:00 The Essay * 01:04:25 How do we feel a week after? * 01:14:46 What spoilers did we know? * 01:28:22 The Opening * 01:39:30 The Outros * 01:48:43 The Bonus Material on Amazon * 02:25:30 The Best British Word of the Season * 02:31:12 The Questionaire * 02:38:04 Comparing Season 1 and Season 2 * 02:44:46 Predictions for Season 3 * 02:56:20 The Future of TAOT * We hope you enjoy these THREE HOURS listening to us slightly losing our minds (the actual recording took over 5 hours because we are us and also there is bonus material hinthint ) As we mention in the episode, you can still reach us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or use our social media and we would love to hear from you: * Twitter: https://twitter.com/theappleoftruth * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/taotpodcast
Jim Marshall is a polymathic scholar and autodidact who has has devoted over 50,000 hours to the study and practice of multiple dimensions of human development. He received a classical education as an honor student at a Jesuit Military Prep School, was accepted into engineering school while still a junior in prep school, and attended college on academic scholarship. He graduated college with a Bachelor of Science cum laude. While still an undergraduate, he began the study of “alternative” Arts and Sciences which today would be described as Transformational and Holistic. Eventually, he became a professional practitioner and, after 28 years of formal education, had a long career as a Human Development Engineer. Jim has integrated the best aspects of the most advanced techniques on the planet, and expanded their limits by his own Research & Discovery. He has successfully treated and/or trained hundreds of clients over a 40 year career, and is the inventor of Septemics and several consciousness-expanding systems, including Multi-Dimensional Processing, Conflict Matrix Processing and the Tripartite Path to Human Development. His areas of expertise include psychology, philosophy, theology, parapsychology, science, engineering, mathematics, law, literature, history, metaphysics, military science, political science, physical culture and music.In this episode, we'll talk about how Jim discovered and developed Septemics and how it can help everyone that wants to know more about it. Learn more about Septemics and Jim's book at https://septemics.com/Support the showConnect with Magic:A Magical Life Podcast on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/amagicallifepodcast/On Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wholisticnaturalhealth/Online: https://wholisticnaturalhealth.com.auA Subito Media production
On Monday, North Carolina Tar Heels head coach Hubert Davis extended his eighth scholarship offer in the class of 2025, this one going to Link Academy's Jasper Johnson. Just like the other seven Coach Davis has offered, Johnson is an elite-level basketball player. The other seven offered are Cam Boozer, Cayden Boozer, Isiah Harwell, Koa Peat, Darryn Peterson, Bryson Tiller, and Caleb Wilson. The ACC schedule for basketball will be released next Tuesday, September 26. Class of 2024 commit Drake Powell continues to rise in recruiting rankings. The Heels will face FAU in a secret scrimmage. “Live Action” is scheduled for October 13. With Clemson seemingly taking a step back this season, is it good news for UNC football? Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
A conversation with Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Diva Zumaya about the new exhibit “The World Made Wondrous: The Dutch Collector's Cabinet and the Politics of Possession” on display now through March 3rd of next year. Zumaya, who is the Assistant Curator, European Painting and Sculpture at LACMA, has brought together over 300 objects for the exhibit, including paintings, prints, sculptures, precious stones, shells, and taxidermy in order to recreate a fictive 17th-century Dutch collector's cabinet. The result is a dialog about the political and colonial histories of European collecting practices in the 17th century which highlights problematic policies, beliefs and visual representations.https://www.lacma.org/art/exhibition/world-made-wondrous-dutch-collectors-cabinet-and-politics-possession
Bible Study: (1:51) 1 Tm 3:1-13 What does hierarchy mean? Father explains what the nature of the episcopacy is Letters (26:39) - Can I attend a holy day mass at an SSPX Church? (29:51) - Breaking the Sabbath (30:56) - Three Days of darkness Word of the day: The Devil's Judgement Callers: (41:49) - what's Origin of the rosary? (44:33) - My father lives in Los Angeles, moved to Texas, he was a member of a parish, but he hasn't been able to go to Church. We want to have his funeral services there at the Church. How to do this? (46:23 - When you have a confession and you find out that priest was abusing children and convicted, what happened to that confession? (48:27) - Is there a term for the time when Christ was alive? (49:28) - How a priest is able to determine the penance for somebody in confession?
In this episode, the host introduces Dr. RL Solberg, a professor of theology in Nashville, as their special guest. Rob shares his background and emphasizes the need to shine biblical and scholarly light on the roots of our faith and discusses his deepened appreciation for the Hebrew scriptures and the fulfillment of prophecies by Jesus. The host and Dr. Solberg also discuss the concept of God's people maturing throughout history and they caution against becoming legalistic or judgmental and emphasize the importance of balance and perspective.https://rlsolberg.com/https://unrefinedpodcast.comTimestamps:[00:02:59] Introduction to Dr. RL Solberg, a theology professor[00:07:00] Explanation of the Principle and Expression framework reconciling an unchanging God with the changes brought by Jesus.[00:11:57] God's people grow and mature in understanding God's character and principles over time.[00:13:58] The principle of blood atoning for sin expressed differently throughout history, from Adam and Eve to Jesus.[00:19:34] Hierarchy of morality, where certain principles may trump others in specific circumstances, with grace as a factor.[00:22:40] Purpose of God giving laws to the newly freed Israelites after their slavery.[00:23:46] Importance of Christ's once and for all blood sacrifice in relation to the Hebrew roots movement.[00:30:07] Concerns about division, judgment, and unbiblical practices [00:33:48] Spiritual aspect and susceptibility to conspiracy theories [00:34:53] Modern Christianity losing touch with supernatural roots of faith and importance of studying unusual aspects.[00:35:53] Connection between movements and deception[00:44:29] Sabbath concept [00:45:25] Discussion of Sabbath commands given to the Israelites at Mount Sinai in Exodus 20 and Deuteronomy 5.[00:48:27] Sabbath pointing to final rest in God's presence in the new heaven and earth.[00:57:23] Importance of showing up and being present for someone in need.[00:58:19] Biblical perspective of love as other-facing and blessing others.[01:04:42] Approach to debates and ministry, leaving a positive impression of Jesus as an ambassador for Christ.[01:06:43] Experience visiting death row in a maximum security prison and playing music for inmates.[01:10:33] Profound spiritual encounter on death row, feeling the presence of the Holy Spirit and witnessing inmate transformation.[01:16:03] YouTube channel with videos defending the biblical roots of Christianity, Hebrew roots, Bible study, and theological discussions.[01:17:59] Upcoming book and podcast series on the history and teachings of church fathers, including dialogue with truth and decay of beliefs.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4656375/advertisement
The St. Paul Center's daily scripture reflections from the Mass for Monday of the Twenty-Fourth Week in Ordinary Time by Dr. Scott Hahn. Ordinary Weekday First Reading: First Timothy 2: 1-8 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 28: 2, 7, 8-9 Alleluia: John 3: 16 Gospel: Luke 7: 1-10 Learn more about the Mass at www.stpaulcenter.com
The St. Paul Center's daily scripture reflections from the Mass for Monday of the Twenty-Fourth Week in Ordinary Time by Dr. Scott Hahn. Ordinary Weekday First Reading: First Timothy 2: 1-8 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 28: 2, 7, 8-9 Alleluia: John 3: 16 Gospel: Luke 7: 1-10 Learn more about the Mass at www.stpaulcenter.com
In this week's episode, Han is joined by Cara Lisette, a mental health advocate, qualified mental health nurse, and children's therapist. Cara, who has battled anorexia since age 12, now stable in recovery for two years, is also an author of the Eating Disorder Recovery Journal and The Bipolar Disorder Journal. Her works are influenced by her personal experiences and professional expertise. Additionally, Cara maintains a thriving mental health blog centred around her anorexia recovery.Cara's eating disorder diagnoses (anorexia nervosa and purging disorder), what they mean, and how they have been treated differently in clinical practice.The hierarchy of diagnostic labels, why diagnostic labels can be important and how their evidence base may not be as useful in individualised clinical practice as we believe.The importance of exploring an individual's behaviours, worries, and concerns that drive an eating disorder, rather than the diagnosis and the expectation of symptoms.Cara's tips for clinicians to help support a patient on their recovery journey.The importance of being honest in recovery and not putting on your "best self", and caring for you as well as others.Cara's tips for recovery and the feeling of "stuckness".To find out more about Cara and her work, you can find her on Instagram and Twitter @caralisette or head over to her blog at www.caras-corner.com.Kindly note, this episode delves into sensitive eating disorder topics. Remember to take care of yourself while listening, and always seek professional help if needed. This podcast is your bridge to insightful discussions, not a substitute for clinical guidance.
Dan Siroker is the co-founder and CEO at Rewind AI, a personalized AI powered by everything you've seen, said, or heard. Dan launched Rewind to an emphatic response on Twitter, and used a public pitch video to fundraise at a $350m valuation. Prior to starting Rewind, Dan co-founded Optimizely, which reached $120m ARR before being acquired by Episerver, a content management company. Dan was also the Director of Analytics for Obama's first presidential campaign. In today's episode, we discuss: Rewind's journey to Product Market Fit Lessons from Optimizely and being a second time founder Dan's one-of-a-kind Twitter fundraising strategy Dan's hot takes on the future of AI Where to build in AI, and what makes a “wrapper” thin versus thick Referenced: Apple's Silicon: https://www.macrumors.com/guide/apple-silicon/ ChatGPT: https://chat.openai.com/ Dan publicly sharing his own 360 performance reviews: https://twitter.com/dsiroker/status/1689763756459675650 Dan's public Twitter fundraise: https://twitter.com/dsiroker/status/1646895452317700097 Dan's Rewind demo tweet: https://twitter.com/dsiroker/status/1638799931891920897 Google Glass: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Glass Google Wave: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Wave Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html Optimizely: https://www.optimizely.com/ Paul Graham: https://twitter.com/paulg Rahul Vohra's framework for measuring and optimizing Product Market Fit: https://review.firstround.com/how-superhuman-built-an-engine-to-find-product-market-fit Rewind AI: https://www.rewind.ai/ Scribe (which morphed into Rewind): https://www.scribe.ai/about The Mom Test book: https://www.momtestbook.com/ Where to find Dan Siroker: Twitter: https://twitter.com/dsiroker LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dsiroker Personal website: https://siroker.com/ Blog: https://medium.com/@dsiroker Where to find Todd Jackson: Twitter: https://twitter.com/tjack LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/toddj0 Where to find First Round Capital: Website: https://firstround.com/ First Round Review: https://review.firstround.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/firstround Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/@FirstRoundCapital This podcast on all platforms: https://review.firstround.com/podcast Timestamps (02:25) Rewind's origin story (04:04) How Rewind works (07:24) Managing scope when building Rewind (13:47) How Dan thought about early user feedback (17:08) Rewind's cultural mantra for shipping and validating fast (18:35) Product positioning as a category creator (20:39) Lessons from being a 2nd time founder (26:11) Cultural values at Optimizely and Rewind (28:22) How Dan defines and operationalizes Product Market Fit (32:06) Audience segmentation (34:32) Measuring Product Market Fit (36:23) Dan's take on the current AI hype (38:11) What makes a "wrapper" thin vs thick? (39:50) Where founders should and shouldn't build within the AI ecosystem (43:22) Trends in consumer expectations around data privacy (46:59) What AI might look like 10 years from now (51:09) Dan's one-of-a-kind public Twitter fundraise (59:40) What's next for Rewind? (61:26) The influence of Paul Graham (62:47) Dan's #1 piece of advice (64:23) Dan's #1 book recommendation
The following address was delivered by Robert J. Breckinridge as a speech made during the October 1843 meeting of the Synod of Philadelphia of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. This speech was subsequently published under the title, “Presbyterian Government, Not a Hierarchy, But a Commonwealth.” Sadly, Breckinridge's argument failed to persuade the Synod on this point. However, in published form, it has had an immense influence on the historic polity of the Southern Presbyterian Church (PCUS) and of its successor, the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA). --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/antiochpca/message
Join Sophie, Chloe, and Kimmy as they discuss Kimmy's Hierarchy of Kink, how hard it is to play with toys, and why you shouldn't take Sophie shopping. Make sure to join the Patreon to vote this week's bet and get exclusive mini-episodes! ^_^Find us on Twitter @TheUsualBetEmail us at email@example.com/sophieandpudding ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
CFB insider Jon Wilner discussed OSU and WSU's suit vs. Pac-12 and why the Pac-12 brand is still more valuable than the MW, disappointing start by SDSU & what they're facing in Oregon State.
The new Herd Hierarchy following week 1 of the NFL More thoughts on Josh Allen's regression and thoughts on where the Jets go from here after losing Aaron Rodgers Guest: Nick WrightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode is a rebroadcast. Cam and Asher have handpicked episodes from the archive to air while they are on their annual summer break. New episodes resume September 18th! This week we turn our attention to the role of needs with respect to our own unique lived experience. Needs often are overlooked when it comes to ADHD primarily because of the very nature of needs. They operate often quietly in the background, and when they do make their presence known they show up as stressors. Needs are those things that make functioning sustainable. When needs go unattended they turn into stressors. Those of us with ADHD use stressors to get things done, and we often walk a fine line between stimulation and stress. Cam brings his Hierarchy of ADHD Needs model to illustrate what they are and how needs depend on one's own unique lived experience. Based on Maslow's work, the hosts discuss how the model is more of a prompt than something to be taken literally. Ash and Cam use multiple examples to discuss how needs intertwine with values and how recognizing and honoring needs is at the root of living authentically. Cam shares a client story of how the client can only generate hope when he addresses three specific needs. And with ADHD, the dilemma is remembering our own recipe of specific needs. Episode links + resources: Join the Community | Become a Patron Our Process: Understand, Own, Translate. About Cam and Asher Cam Gott's Hierarchy of ADHD Needs The model and specific ADHD distinctions: Physiological ADHD Needs - brain awareness leads to better brain management Safety ADHD Needs - identifying relief from daily stressors Belongingness and Love ADHD Needs - positive environments that honor your authentic self Esteem ADHD Needs - the need for self compassion and creative action and completion Self-Actualization ADHD Needs - creative expression and connecting to something bigger than yourself. For more of the Translating ADHD podcast: Episode Transcripts: visit TranslatingADHD.com and click on the episode Follow us on Twitter: @TranslatingADHD Visit the Website: TranslatingADHD.com
In this episode, Danielle delves into the five essential actions you must cease immediately to uncover joy, happiness, and fulfillment in your financial life, whether in business or your personal affairs. She begins by addressing a notable study from 2010, which observed that day-to-day happiness increased with rising income up to a certain threshold. However, an opposing study conducted in 2021 revealed that happiness continued to climb with income levels well beyond that initial limit. This apparent contradiction underscores the intricate relationship between money and our intrinsic needs, all interwoven with our money mindset. The Hierarchy of Needs Danielle draws inspiration from Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a concept suggesting that humans possess a structured hierarchy of needs, motivated to fulfill them in a hierarchical manner. The foundational needs start at the bottom, encompassing physiological essentials like food, water, shelter, and sleep. These basic necessities are intricately linked to one's financial situation, with a clear correlation between meeting these needs and financial stability. Progressing upward, safety needs include personal and financial security, health, and protection from harm. Financial security serves as a prerequisite for ascending the hierarchy and reaching one's fullest potential. Following that, a sense of belonging emerges, with ties to money as it relates to the community and connections within one's business. The upper tiers of the hierarchy—esteem needs and self-actualization—are areas where significant attention is often focused. Esteem needs center around earning respect from others, cultivating self-confidence, and achieving a sense of accomplishment. Money plays a pivotal role here, influencing how we are perceived and impacting self-esteem. At the apex of the pyramid lies self-actualization, encompassing personal growth, creativity, and a sense of purpose. This is an arena where business owners frequently invest substantial time and effort as they strive to attain their full potential in their unique entrepreneurial pursuits. Understanding these needs at their deepest level is crucial for comprehending their intricate connections with our money mindset. The Five Things You Need to Stop Doing 1. Stop Saying You're Not Enough: Reframe negative self-talk that undermines self-esteem and self-confidence. 2. Stop Ignoring Your Personal Budget: Establish a personal budget to meet the basic needs of yourself and your family, providing the essential foundation for financial security. 3. Stop Ignoring Your Money Mindset: Recognize the fundamental role of mindset in your entrepreneurial journey. Understand and heal your money mindset, utilizing it in conjunction with financial tools to pave the path toward self-actualization. 4. Stop Trading Short-Term Happiness for Long-Term Fulfillment: Resist the allure of immediate gratification in favor of long-term goals that promise sustained security and happiness. Avoid trading short-term dopamine rushes for enduring contentment. 5. Stop Living the YOLO Lifestyle: Shift your mindset away from a "You Only Live Once" approach, maintaining focus on your long-term objectives and avoiding distractions. What Can You Do About These Five Things? So what can you do to step away from these bad habits? When we stop saying I'm not enough, wonderful things can happen so start reframing those negative thoughts. Episode 110 of Entrepreneur Money Stories does a deep dive into this topic. Secondly, stop ignoring your personal budget and plan out a budget so that you know what you need to survive and thrive. If you haven't set a personal budget before, click here for a template. A personal budget is also going to help you in your business too- it takes the guesswork out of how much you should pay yourself in your business. Healing your money mindset is a common thread through all of the above action steps. Understanding and healing your money mindset gives you as an entrepreneur the tools you need to ramp up your business to meet your self-actualization journey. Key Points [03:20] The hierarchy of needs [10:42] The five things you need to stop doing right now [15:54] What can you do about these five things? Connect with Danielle: Instagram | @Daniellehayden__OH Instagram | @Kickstartaccounting Website | Kickstart Accounting, Inc. Facebook | Kickstart Accounting, Inc. Get Started Today: https://kickstartaccountinginc.com/get-started/
We're back from our month off hiking the Alpe Adria in Austria, Slovenia, and Italy. And we pick up today where we left off, talking about the Sound Marital House model from couples therapy gurus John and Julie Gottman. For a friendly reminder, the first three levels of the Sound Marital house are curiosity, appreciation, and leaning toward your partner. And this week, Julia and Jeremiah talk about the fourth value: the positive perspective, including: Defining Terms (10:00): “For the sake of today, we're going to say that being positive about sexuality in a partnership means being positive about the existence of eroticism in a relationship, which to be clear is not the same as sex. […] To simplify it for today, eroticism is ultimately about the presence of sexual desire, whether or not you consummate that sexuality. So we'll be focusing on positivity about the presence of sexual desire, and since this is a relationship podcast, We'll talk about the presence of sexual desire within a partnership or whatever other relational structure you have.” Julia defines positive perspective, eroticism, and sexuality in terms of today's episode. Defining clear terms is an important value for Sexvangelicals, and it is important to have a clear understanding of how we will be using these terms to navigate our topic. Hierarchy (17:00): “The gatekeeping around marriage creates an exclusionary social hierarchy in which you've got married Christian folks at the top, accessing all their God-given sexual rights. And unmarried Christian folks, one rung below, who are either dating or pursuing marriage in some sort of explicit way. Eventually, those folks may have full access to the post-marriage sex script. But until marriage, they are inherently limited. Unmarried folks who by choice or not by choice will not ever get married are the next level lower. They are not able to access the joy of sexuality in marriage. […] And all of this is important in setting up the episode today because we are highlighting that dichotomy of the pre-marriage sexual script and the post-marriage sexual script. And I suppose if we have this hierarchy... The secular folks are just outside of this system because they refuse to participate because they're relishing in their heathen ways. Like us. Us unmarried folks who are still having sex.” Julia highlights the hierarchy within EMPish communities based on marriage status. EMPish Churches only have two scripts, one for those pre and post-marriage, creating a system where only those two realities exist. This is incredibly damaging as all your relationships in the “pre” sphere exist as a march to the wedding, as Julia will go on to share today. Preserving Purity (19:00): “So due to the gatekeeping around marriage, the dichotomy between the pre-marriage and post-marriage scripts inherently function to protect the system of social and sexual hierarchy that we just described […] So, if the pre-marriage script focuses on preserving the purity of your sexuality until you can access the post marriage script, folks hoping to get married face some, some unique sexual challenges.” Jeremiah talks about how the pre-marriage script is incredibly limited in fundamentalist communities and that the only information people hoping to get married receive is that they will unlock all these secrets about sex when they're already married. This causes a lot of pain and grief, because the reality is without proper sex education and knowledge around sex, most of people confronted with the post-marriage script do not know what to do. He also says: “Depending on the level of fundamentalism in a person's community, the rules limiting access to sexuality may vary in strictness while still serving to protect sexual purity.” This statement encapsulates the issue at hand because the rules around sexuality in fundamentalist communities are structured around preserving purity, however, once you are married, your “purity” goes away. It's All About Sex (28:00): “Because I wanted to have sex. Even at the time, I had some shame around that because I knew, according to the church, that I as a woman was not supposed to have those sexual desires. Interestingly, by eradicating any meaningful sexual expression, the church's teachings actually make dating relationships all about sex.” Julia speaks about how by repressing any means of sexual expression, the church inadvertently makes dating all about sex. A lot of young couples instead of enjoying their time dating, spend time focusing on “not giving in to sin.” This puts sex on a pedestal, which in turn makes people want it more. Shame and Grief (40:00): “The reason that this story is so essential to this episode is that you met someone that you liked, you briefly dated, you enjoyed some sexual experiences, which would be completely developmentally appropriate for a 19-year-old who's working during the summer months while in college, but instead of enjoying it, instead of learning about yourself and exploring relational and sexual values, you obsessed over your sin.” Jeremiah says in response to Julia's story. He talks about how instead of being able to relax into developmentally appropriate desires she had to spend her entire relationship worrying about sinning. Julia then adds: “Yes. I'm sad for my 19-year-old self, and I know that this story is not unique. I can't tell you how many times I've supported clients in grieving what they lost due to sexual shame. And I'm not specifically grieving the relationship itself, I'm grieving that I lost the opportunity to get to know myself and I'm grieving how much pleasure and fun not just sexual pleasure and fun that the shame stole from you.” She shares the grief of not being able to have those “normal” experiences because of the fundamentalist community she was in. EMPish communities have a focus on teaching people shame, not on teaching people about sexuality, and shame dictates the pre-marriage script. Lack of Eroticism (49:00): “Sex was finally allowed. And that actually killed a big part of the eroticism for me and for many people. The massive barriers to sexuality created by purity culture actually make sex pretty sexy. But folks like me and like so many others didn't know how to create and build eroticism on their own without those barriers. Which often causes sex to be pretty disappointing after the barriers of purity culture are no longer present. […] Second, sexuality was now not only allowed, it was expected. Which I know you'll discuss more in your episode, Jeremiah, and that generated a lot of sexual pressure for me. This thing, intercourse, was expected, but I didn't have relational or individual literacy about sexuality or tools to co-create a pleasurable experience.” Julia shares how after the barriers to entry were removed, there was no eroticism present nor was there a way for her to engage in sexuality due to the lack of resources and knowledge. EMPish communities foster an environment where people are forbidden to have sexual desires and thoughts up until their wedding night, and they are just expected to know right after they say “I Do.” Beginning the Conversation Around Neutrality (1:04:00): “Neutrality means that you do not actively want sex. And you are open to go full circle to the possibility of a sexual experience. So, I learned that you don't have to wait until you really want to have sex to have a great sexual experience. So, if the responsive desire is a big part of the sexual template for many individuals, many couples, or throuples or whatever your group, then we've got to actually figure out what to do with that. Simply knowing that responsive desire is important for folks or the dominant template for folks isn't enough. And in future episodes, we're going to be talking about what does it mean to take that neutrality. Take that responsive desire and build something that hopefully is really fun and pleasurable.” Julia explains what neutrality and responsive desire are, a topic that will be explored more in the coming months. It is important to highlight in this Relationship 101 that sexual desire looks different for everyone and to not hold yourself to the same standard as everyone else, because it looks different for everyone as Jeremiah notes: “And one of the things that we'll come across when we do this, just to skip ahead a little bit, is the idea of conflict. Yes. Because... How you access sexuality, Julia, is going to be different from how I access sexuality. And we've got to figure out how to navigate those differences and to create something that works for both of us. That both of us really enjoy. And conflict doesn't have to be scary, it doesn't have to be fighting, anything like that. Even though some emotions will probably come up for folks, even for you and I, as we navigate this.”
Why does the Catholic Church have a well-defined hierarchy? Why don't we have 12 Apostles and a handful of Deacons like we see in the Bible? In this episode, Justin Hibbard continues the series on “The One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church” by examining the development of the hierarchy and why it was so necessary to preserve the unity of the Church.Subscribe to Why Catholic? wherever you get your podcasts.Check out the Why Catholic Etsy shop (all proceeds support this podcast).Become a free subscriber or a patron of Why Catholic? and get the next episode and a discount code to the Why Catholic Etsy shop in your email inbox.Follow Why Catholic on Instagram.Subscribe to Why Catholic on YouTubeLike what you hear? Leave a 5-star rating and a comment on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.SHOW NOTES* Church History by Eusebius* Against Heresies by Irenaeus* Instagram Post by HonestYouthPastor Get full access to Why Catholic? at whycatholic.substack.com/subscribe
We continue our ten-part series exploring the brain with our favourite Neuropsychologist, Dr. Hannah Korrel. In part seven, we talk about IQ (what is it?) and other types of intelligence, the potential dangers of 'rating' people's intelligence, Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs, strategies for improving cognitive performance (brain function), emotional and social intelligence, my ever-fluctuating IQ and cognitive skills and lots more. Enjoy. @nobullpsychSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Part 2 of our Body Ecosystem Hierarchy series brings us to the brain and nervous system. Dr. Nick and Dr. David discuss the importance of optimal brain function and how it is a master system when it comes to our health and daily performance. Topics discussed: Depth of Presence and its energetic effect on the field around you Brain Coherence The Autonomic Nervous System Heart Rate Variability and your nervous system Brain Heart Coherence Chronic Stress effects on the brain It's not a trait, it's a state.... How to change your state to regulate your nervous system Cryotherapy The Vagus Nerve The Power of Breathwork and more....
What has been your experience of (non)hierarchy in faith communities? At the beginning of our Fall vision series, Gena St. David interrogates our relationship to power and experience of hierarchy in light of a nonviolent messiah who embodied humility. [Philippians 2:5-8] Reflection What are the strengths and shadows of hierarchy? How might I practice embracing myself, and others? Do I tend to overutilize or underutilize my power? Resources Podcast: The Rise and Fall of Mars Hill by Christianity Today Book: When Narcissism Comes to Church: Healing Your Community from Emotional and Spiritual Abuse by Chuck DeGroat Book: A Church Called Tov: Forming a Goodness Culture by Scot McKnight & Laura Barringer
In the third sermon on the theme of "What is church for?", Melissa talked about God's countercultural vision of hierarchy demonstrated by Paul's body metaphor in 1 Corinthians 12: 14-31. Since antiquity, the institutions of government and the economy have a distinct continuity: they have created social, political, and economic hierarchies that we have often failed to question, and accepted that a permanent underclass must exist to serve the needs of their "betters" in society. If you are a minority and/or in the impoverished lower-classes and suffering from low wages, police persecution, and few academic opportunities, the world teaches us to that this situation is a natural state, inextricable from the fabric of our lives, resulting from our lack of our own hard work, intelligence, or moral character. Paul reminds us that "the members of the body that seem to be weaker are indispensable" to the function of the whole body and deserve elevated honor and dignity. Melissa invites us to through this metaphor to envision church and worship as ways to use the special gifts that God has given each of us to speak the truth about God's great love and value of all people regardless of how the world treats them. Just as Jesus spoke the truth to the powerful even unto death, so must we speak the truth as a way to remind others and ourselves of God's countercultural idea of hierarchy, where all are loved and honored equally within one interconnected body.
Today, I'm excited to share another powerful talk from The Big Talk Academy Virtual Showcase. I love these episodes because they give you the opportunity to hear from speakers like you who are on their journeys to taking big stages. These episodes also give you the chance to listen to the live feedback these game-changing thought leaders receive from me at the showcase. This week's big talk, “How to Use Maslow's Hierarchy to Move Beyond the Limitations of Our Childhood Dreams,” comes from Stephanie McAuliffe. Stephanie speaks, writes, and teaches on the human condition and the impact of our internalized energetic patterns. She specializes in personal transformation and multi-dimensional energy work. Founder of The Way of the Diamond Warrior, she's an avid cyclist, nature enthusiast, and lover of art and live music. In her talk, she explores: What kept her from dreaming during her childhood How she achieved self-actualization through external accomplishments Why external achievements are intoxicating but, ultimately, lead to disillusionment The way she began trusting herself to dream again and how you can do the same More from Stephanie Website: https://wayofthediamondwarrior.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stephaniebmcauliffe/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephanie_b_mcauliffe/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniebmcauliffe/ More from Tricia Join my Free Transformational Masterclass for Speakers Explore my content and follow me on YouTube Follow me on Instagram Connect with me on Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Visit my website at TriciaBrouk.com
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Brad Rowland (@BTRowland, DIME on UPROXX) hosts episode No. 1547 of the Locked on Hawks podcast, and he is joined by Jackson Frank (UPROXX, SB Nation, etc.) for Part 2 of a 2-part episode. The discussion focuses on the 2023-24 Atlanta Hawks, with thoughts on Quin Snyder's arrival, potential changes from last season, AJ Griffin, Jalen Johnson, the center conundrum, and the rest of the Eastern Conference. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Ibotta Right now, Ibotta is offering our listeners $5 just for trying Ibotta by using the code locked when you register. Just go to the App Store or Google Play store and download the FREE Ibotta app and use code LOCKED. Birddogs Go to birddogs.com/LOCKEDONNBA or enter promo code LOCKEDONNBA for a free white tech hat with any purchase. You won't want to take your birddogs off we promise you. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Right now, when you bet on a Super Bowl Winner, you can GET BONUS BETS EVERY TIME THEY WIN IN THE REGULAR SEASON! FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
If you ever thought that if you were set financially and money was no issue, you would retire immediately and just enjoy life, you might want to listen to this episode.I had the pleasure of chatting with Luke Mathers, a two-time retiree and successful entrepreneur. Luke shares his experience of retiring at a young age, after selling his lucrative practice, and initially enjoying the freedom it afforded him. Despite being able to do whatever he wanted, Luke soon realized he was missing something in his life. He eventually returned to work and built a successful business before retiring again in 2020.We discuss what drives happiness in retirement. We talk about the importance of finding purpose and passion in retirement, beyond financial security. And we explore the role of curiosity and experimentation to discover new interests.IN THIS EPISODE Luke's realization that retirement wasn't as fulfilling as he imagined and his return to his profession Luke's second retirement in 2020 and the importance of finding passion and purpose The privilege of retirement and the opportunity to prioritize intrinsic rewards The importance of finding purpose and motivation in retirement The process of figuring out what to do next ABOUT MY GUESTLuke Mathers knows a thing or two about stress and is here to help us embrace life's challenges. As one of the original directors of Specsavers in Australia and was part of the biggest retail roll-out in Australia's history, the Specsavers team opened 100 stores in 100 days and transformed the industry. Luke is adamant that stress can be good for you, and he believes that high performers need to become stress teflon. He is here to show you how to make stress not stick. The author of three books, "Stress Teflon", "RESET", and "Curious Habits," Luke will help you get curious about how to thrive when the pressure is on.FOOTNOTES Follow Luke Mathers on LinkedIn Luke Mathers' website From Strength to Strength by Arthur C. Brooks Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs ------------Connect with Lou Blaser on LinkedInSubscribe to Midlife Cues, a weekly newsletter about intentional living and personal growth in midlife.Work with Lou BlaserSupport the Show. Thank you!
Here I break down each one of the male hierarchy and how they operate in relationships with the opposite sex. Season 12 is coming soon. Stay locked in…only on #TheDisciplineTherapyPodcast --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/the-discipline-therapy-podcast/support
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Colin's new Herd Hierarchy before the start of the NFL season Thoughts on Deon Sanders and Colorado this season Will the lack of weapons hurt Mac Jones and the Patriots? Guest: Nick WrightSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We all want to feel significant. This drive for significance ultimately fuels our cognition, emotions, and actions. Distinguished psychologist Arie Kruglanski discusses motivation, cognition, goal systems, radicalization, and his recent work on the ubiquitous quest for significance. Dr. Arie W. Kruglanski PhD is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology at the University of Maryland. He directs a lab that studies human motivation as it affects thinking, feeling, and behavior. He is one of the leading voices in social psychology, being instrumental in understanding the motivation of uncertainty, goals, radicalization and most recently on our quest for significance. Arie has over 500 research papers and articles and has won numerous awards for his work. Arie explains to us that all human behavior is propelled by motivation, with motivation being the driving force behind cognition, emotions, and actions. He discusses how goals are represented cognitively but serve motivational needs. The conversation also touches on how intrinsic and extrinsic motivation are not truly distinct, with all motivation coming from within but having different relationships to means and ends. A fascinating part of Arie's work is his research on radicalization. Having devised The 3 N Model of Radicalization, he expertly illustrates how our quest for significance can be misdirected into violent or suicidal behavior. But there is optimism in addressing radicalization through education and alternative significance pathways. Topics (4:34) Welcome to Arie and speed round questions. (6:06) The underlying thread through all of Arie's work. (12:21) Why people seek significance through violence. (15:51) How can individuals be radicalized to become suicide bombers? (19:40) The difference between basic needs and psychological needs. (25:30) All our goals go back to addressing our basic needs. (27:17) Why money is tied to significance (sometimes). (30:45) The means to the end is more important than the goal. (32:26) So does extrinsic motivation even exist? (34:13) The dichotomy between motivation and cognition. (37:23) The false assumption that attitudes predict behavior. (41:45) The 3 N Model of Radicalization. (45:08) How the internet has facilitated radicalization. (49:04) So how can people attain significance through positive means. (51:05) What music would Arie take to a desert island? (55:04) Grooving Session on the quest for significance. © 2023 Behavioral Grooves Links Arie Kruglanski: https://www.kruglanskiarie.com/ Arie Kruglanski's books: “Uncertain: How to Turn Your Biggest Fear into Your Greatest Power”: https://amzn.to/3EuPxGl “The Three Pillars of Radicalization: Needs, Narratives, and Networks”: https://amzn.to/3Ep0lGc “The Radical's Journey: How German Neo-Nazis Voyaged to the Edge and Back”: https://amzn.to/3L5W9i8 Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: https://www.simplypsychology.org/maslow.html Susan T. Fiske, “Social Beings: Core Motives in Social Psychology”: https://amzn.to/3EuQlLn Sir Angus Deaton's book, “Deaths of Despair and the Future of Capitalism”: https://amzn.to/3sDXV3C Episode 276, How To Stay Motivated So You Exceed Your Goals | Ayelet Fishbach PhD: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/motivation-to-exceed-your-goals/ Scott Atran, “Talking to the Enemy: Violent Extremism, Sacred Values, and What It Means to Be Human”: https://amzn.to/3Pn5VPs Baumeister, R. F., Wotman, S. R., & Stillwell, A. M. (1993). Unrequited love: On heartbreak, anger, guilt, scriptlessness, and humiliation. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology: https://doi.org/10.1037/0022-35126.96.36.1997 Dumb and Dumber clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KX5jNnDMfxA Steven Pinker, “The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined”: https://amzn.to/47Wl0ir Episode 287, “Why Talking To Strangers Is Actually Good For Your Wellbeing | Nick Epley”: https://behavioralgrooves.com/episode/talking-to-strangers/ Robert Sapolsky, “Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst”: https://amzn.to/3L6lvN3 Behavioral Grooves Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/behavioralgrooves Musical Links Bach “Air on G String”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMkmQlfOJDk Miles Davis “So What”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zqNTltOGh5c
Welcome to Friday 15! In episode 122 Steph chats with Keith Waldon, owner of Departure Lounge about travel business hierarchy, help with vision impaired IC, and travel agent testing. A list of helpful resources for today's episode: https://hostagencyreviews.com/friday15 (Submit questions, sign up for reminders for the F15, along with that week's questions we'll be covering!) https://hostagencyreviews.com/page/speakers (Call for Host Week event speakers is open! Submit your Eduspot idea!) https://hostagencyreviews.com/hostweek (Register for HAR's Host Week event!) https://hostagencyreviews.com/7DS-accelerator (HAR's Accelerator course to get your agency set up faster!) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/what-is-a-host-agency (What is a host agency?) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/what-is-travel-consortia-travel-coops (What are Travel consortia/coops?) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/travel-preferred-supplier (What is a travel preferred supplier?) https://www.mindseyetravel.com/ (Mind's Eye Travel) https://www.traveleyes-international.com/ (Travel Eyes) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/travel-agent-training-travel-agent-education (Travel advisor education options) https://hostagencyreviews.com/blog/travel-agent-training-travel-agent-education#TravelAgentCertification (Travel advisor certification options) https://my.asta.org/ASTAVTA/Home/ASTAVTA/Default.aspx (ASTA's verified travel advisor (VTA) course) https://the1000.club/ (The 1000 travel advisor club) https://hostagencyreviews.com/hosts/departure-lounge (Departure Lounge's profile on HAR) firstname.lastname@example.org (Keith's email address) https://hostagencyreviews.com/friday15 (Sign up for e-reminders for the Friday 15 and submit your questions!) Submit your burning question here Har.News/Friday15 and join us this Friday (and every Friday!) at 12CT for travel agent tips! Join 30,000+ agents and subscribe to our newsletter: http://www.hostagencyreviews.com/newsletter
We have rebranded! Formerly, The Empowered Birth Podcast now turned Peaceful Homebirth Podcast! Welcome! Have you experienced the hierarchy of birth? Maybe you're coming from a super medicalized birth and you're noticing the pendulum swing way in the other direction? Are you wondering where to land in your birth decisions with out falling into total joy sucking legalism? Today I had my dear friend Jamie on the show. We laughed and got fired up. If you want to experience what it's like when two birth worker friends get together to talk about birth then here is a little peak into that! We talked about a range of topics but I pray this episode really blesses your heart.
In this week's episode of Stay Grounded, host Raj Jana is joined by Dr. Dan Stickler, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer of The Apeiron Center for Human Potential.Dr. Dan is a pioneer in the field of precision lifestyle medicine, taking a holistic systems-based approach to optimizing human health and performance. As a physician focused on high-achieving executives and entrepreneurs, he combines functional, alternative, and age-management medicine to help patients actualize their fullest potential physically, mentally, and spiritually.Dr. Dan discovered that lifestyle - not just treating symptoms - holds the key to transformation. His fascination with leveraging genetics, epigenetics, and human systems design led him to develop a personalized approach that empowers people to become architects of their own evolution.In addition to his clinical practice, Dr. Dan is an author, speaker, and thought leader on topics related to human optimization and longevity. He serves as Chief Science Officer for Apeiron Academy, Medical Director at Neurohacker Collective, and guest lecturer at Stanford University.In this wide-ranging discussion, Dr. Dan and Raj explore:Navigating the stages of consciousness and integrating new awarenessCultivating curiosity as an antidote to self-consciousnessFacing down shame stories and integrating shadow aspects of selfThe role of spiritual awakening in relationships and communityMoving from a deficiency mindset to one of abundanceSurrendering the ego to feel emotions fully and authenticallyHow he stays grounded through emotional intelligence and presenceDr. Dan offers profound wisdom and practical insights culled from his own ongoing journey of growth and self-discovery. Tune in for a fascinating exploration of living a life of excellence.Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro: 4:00 - Optimizing Your Life 6:20 - Conscious Relationships 8:00 - The Stages of Consciousness 15:44 - Complexity Thinking 17:17- What is Integration?21:00 - What does it mean to live a life of excellence? 23:30 - The Value of Suffering 24:15 - How useful is meaning-making? 27:00 - Conscious relationships 29:00 - What is the soul? 33:00 - What is the value of the ego? 38:00 - What is “Shadow Work”? 44:00 - Evolution of the ego. 51:00 - Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs 54:00 - Being seen failing 58:00 - Devotional RelationshipsContact info:https://apeironzoh.com/dt_team/daniel-stickler/ Video:https://youtu.be/cmaRGjdV6is Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.